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May, 07-2018; 06:46 TU

C14 HD + ASI 290 + L filter

Stacked 200 frames 

by Avani Soares

Parsec Observatory

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Another stunner Avani! You’ve caught a really nice illumination of it.

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Excellent photo, the main craterlets showing really clear. 

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My all-time most favourite crater!  Splendid image (as usual!)  Thanks. 

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BEAUTIFUL. love the shadows. Its also my favourite crater and general area of the Moon.

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Simply amazing.

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Beautiful light and shadows on the crater and mountains.

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I do like the 'cinematic' proportions of the 290 chip.  Maybe I shouldn't have sold mine!

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On 17/05/2018 at 16:36, Owmuchonomy said:

I do like the 'cinematic' proportions of the 290 chip.  Maybe I shouldn't have sold mine!

A 174 with a 2X MP will give approximately the same proportions!

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16 hours ago, astroavani said:

A 174 with a 2X MP will give approximately the same proportions!

I did compare just that set up with my 174 2x against my 290 at native fl in my 9.25. I liked the lunar shots with the 290 especially with an IR pass filter. The near IR sensitivity of the 290 is excellent. I still use the 174 a lot especially for solar.

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Remarkeble sharp image, it's like hovering above the lunar surface for the final approach!

I really like the shadow's inside Plato. 

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